Hitler Thought This Would Never Be Found, But Archaeologists Just Unearthed His Dark Secret

The Nazis committed a host of atrocities during the Second World War, but chief among them was their attempted extermination of the Jewish people, along with many other minorities and marginalized groups.

As defeat loomed, the Nazis attempted to cover up the evidence of their actions by killing the witnesses and burning their extermination facilities to the ground. One of these sites, a death camp in Sobibor, Poland, was recently excavated, and what they found there is too shocking for words.

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Among the Nazis’ many atrocities during World War II, the worst may have been the extermination camps set up across Europe to eradicate the Jewish people.

Poland, which Germany occupied from the beginning of the war, was home to many of the worst camps, including Auschwitz and Treblinka.

Sobibor was another camp where Jews and other marginalized groups were sent to die.

The camp was part of Operation Reinhard, under which 2 million people were systematically murdered.

Trainloads of victims were shipped in on these very rails and never left.

Near the end of the war, when defeat seemed inevitable, the Nazis began trying to cover their tracks. They burned the camps to the ground and filled in the graves with concrete.

Recently, a team of Polish and Israeli archaeologists went to the Sobibor site with a mission to uncover these crimes.

They hoped to find out what had happened there, and maybe bring some peace to the souls of the departed.

One of the Israeli archaeologists, Yoram Haimi, had two uncles who had died at the camp.

The items they found, like these sets of locks and keys which had kept prisoners in their cells, held a lot of significance.

There were also many personal items among the ruins, like this ring which reads, “Behold, you are consecrated onto me.”

They also found bodies, and a frightening number of them.

Fewer than 60 prisoners made it out of the camp alive by the war’s end. The rest were put in mass graves like this.

This body was found face down, and if you look at the base of the skull, you can clearly see the gunshot wound. This person was executed from behind.

Much of the camp had been destroyed, but the most horrifying monuments still remained, like these gas chamber walls.

Millions were killed on these foundations.

This was a well once used by the prisoners. Many likely attempted to escape down that terrifying hole, but few were rarely lucky to flee these atrocities.

We may never know how anyone could ever carry out such horrific crimes. But at least the victims of this terrible place have finally been found and given the respectful burial they deserve. May nothing like this ever happen again.

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Originally published on Boredom Therapy



  1. Dan

    December 9, 2016 at 7:58 PM

    Please check about Jasenovac death camp, it is WORST camp ever. RIP all people that lost lives in wars!

  2. TJ

    December 10, 2016 at 9:26 AM

    checking it out now. Hard to believe this could ever happen. My heart goes out to the famlies

  3. Devon

    December 10, 2016 at 6:56 PM

    At the of Sobibor close to 300 survivors escaped

  4. Kimberly Mitchell

    December 10, 2016 at 8:53 PM

    At the end, you say, may we never let this happen again, but it is already happening………the Zionists are committing genocide, at this very moment, in Palestine. The very people who took in, accepted and assisted the Jewish refugees in the 1940’s are being systematically obliterated. Homes that were opened and warm and welcoming to the refugees of Hitler’s massacre are now being stolen and destroyed by the descendants of those who were given refuge. It IS happening again because the world is refusing to see the truth. An atrocity is an atrocity and sin is sin, no matter who is committing it. May God have mercy on the souls who see and refuse to speak out!

    • Mahmoud

      December 15, 2016 at 2:31 PM

      Thanks for pointing that out, I was telling myself the same thing.

    • Tim Kissane

      January 8, 2017 at 12:00 AM

      Thank you for speaking the truth, no matter who denies it, or tries to rationalize it. There is never any justification for treating people this way.

  5. Brian

    December 11, 2016 at 3:53 AM

    How can the Jewish people condone Palestine, how could the Zionist work with the Nazis?

    • Pat Enery

      April 15, 2017 at 12:50 AM

      In the same way that they can speculate as to who may have committed these alleged crimes. BTW they don’t condone Palestine. They want to genocide it. As for the Germans, they had no choice but to work with the Jews because Jews called for a worldwide boycott of German goods in 1933. As a result, Germany got rid of these hated people but foisted them on the poor Palestinians. This was known as the Haavara Agreement in August 25, 1933.

  6. Hugh

    April 14, 2017 at 5:20 PM

    Isn’t this going on just now with the greater Israel project invading neighbouring countries and killing all the civilians? I’m pretty sure we’ll never ever know what truly transpired in these camps, but the Zionist cartels will no doubt keep pumping out information to blind and confuse us to the truths.

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